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PostSubject: who has made perique at home    Mon Jan 25, 2016 12:18 pm

I have been trying for a few years now to make a perique any ideas
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PostSubject: Re: who has made perique at home    Mon Jan 25, 2016 2:34 pm

Paging the Wizard.


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PostSubject: Re: who has made perique at home    Mon Jan 25, 2016 3:59 pm

I always thought that all perique was processed in Louisiana. MIKE
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PostSubject: Re: who has made perique at home    Mon Jan 25, 2016 4:05 pm

SPUD 15 wrote:
I always thought that all perique was processed in Louisiana.  MIKE

Same here. According to all the reading I've done real perique is a species of tobacco that grows in only one place in the world. St. James Parrish in Louisiana.
I've also read that there is false perique and that it is made from a species of burley. Kentucky Green River burley if I remember correctly.
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PostSubject: Re: who has made perique at home    Tue Jan 26, 2016 11:26 pm

williamcharles wrote:
SPUD 15 wrote:
I always thought that all perique was processed in Louisiana.  MIKE

Same here. According to all the reading I've done real perique is a species of tobacco that grows in only one place in the world. St. James Parrish in Louisiana.
I've also read that there is false perique and that it is made from a species of burley. Kentucky Green River burley if I remember correctly.


Yuppers, I do make a 'Perique'. I use quotation to indicate that it is tobacco treated in the same manner as what they make in St. James Parish, LA.

Obviously too, that one farm could not possibly account for all the tons of it in the world. It is my understanding that there are other makers of 'Perique' that use Green River Burley, and now there is something called Acadian Perique, which a different critter, but similar, and somewhat well recieved.

Ever use a Band-Aid? Are you sure, or is it just an adhesive bandage? The use of the name 'Perique' is like that... I have a method, and there are others online. You seem to like You-Tube, perhaps watch a how-to vid?
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PostSubject: Re: who has made perique at home    Wed Jan 27, 2016 1:34 am

SPUD 15 wrote:
I always thought that all perique was processed in Louisiana.  MIKE


About 20 miles from my house. Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: who has made perique at home    Wed Jan 27, 2016 11:09 am

Ozark Wizard wrote:
williamcharles wrote:
SPUD 15 wrote:
I always thought that all perique was processed in Louisiana.  MIKE

Same here. According to all the reading I've done real perique is a species of tobacco that grows in only one place in the world. St. James Parrish in Louisiana.
I've also read that there is false perique and that it is made from a species of burley. Kentucky Green River burley if I remember correctly.


Yuppers, I do make a 'Perique'. I use quotation to indicate that it is tobacco treated in the same manner as what they make in St. James Parish, LA.

Obviously too, that one farm could not possibly account for all the tons of it in the world. It is my understanding that there are other makers of 'Perique' that use Green River Burley, and now there is something called Acadian Perique, which a different critter, but similar, and somewhat well recieved.

Ever use a Band-Aid? Are you sure, or is it just an adhesive bandage? The use of the name 'Perique' is like that... I have a method, and there are others online. You seem to like You-Tube, perhaps watch a how-to vid?

YouTube? You sure you don't have me confused with someone else?

You more or less supported what I posted about what I've read. There's real Perique and there's false "Perique".
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PostSubject: Re: who has made perique at home    Wed Jan 27, 2016 11:14 am

williamcharles wrote:
Ozark Wizard wrote:
williamcharles wrote:
SPUD 15 wrote:
I always thought that all perique was processed in Louisiana.  MIKE

Same here. According to all the reading I've done real perique is a species of tobacco that grows in only one place in the world. St. James Parrish in Louisiana.
I've also read that there is false perique and that it is made from a species of burley. Kentucky Green River burley if I remember correctly.


Yuppers, I do make a 'Perique'. I use quotation to indicate that it is tobacco treated in the same manner as what they make in St. James Parish, LA.

Obviously too, that one farm could not possibly account for all the tons of it in the world. It is my understanding that there are other makers of 'Perique' that use Green River Burley, and now there is something called Acadian Perique, which a different critter, but similar, and somewhat well recieved.

Ever use a Band-Aid? Are you sure, or is it just an adhesive bandage? The use of the name 'Perique' is like that... I have a method, and there are others online. You seem to like You-Tube, perhaps watch a how-to vid?

YouTube? You sure you don't have me confused with someone else?

You more or less supported what I posted about what I've read. There's real Perique and there's false "Perique".

Sorry, I quoted you but was talking to the poster asking about making it. Sorry for the confusion.
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PostSubject: Re: who has made perique at home    Wed Jan 27, 2016 11:29 am

Ozark Wizard wrote:
williamcharles wrote:
Ozark Wizard wrote:
williamcharles wrote:
SPUD 15 wrote:
I always thought that all perique was processed in Louisiana.  MIKE

Same here. According to all the reading I've done real perique is a species of tobacco that grows in only one place in the world. St. James Parrish in Louisiana.
I've also read that there is false perique and that it is made from a species of burley. Kentucky Green River burley if I remember correctly.


Yuppers, I do make a 'Perique'. I use quotation to indicate that it is tobacco treated in the same manner as what they make in St. James Parish, LA.

Obviously too, that one farm could not possibly account for all the tons of it in the world. It is my understanding that there are other makers of 'Perique' that use Green River Burley, and now there is something called Acadian Perique, which a different critter, but similar, and somewhat well recieved.

Ever use a Band-Aid? Are you sure, or is it just an adhesive bandage? The use of the name 'Perique' is like that... I have a method, and there are others online. You seem to like You-Tube, perhaps watch a how-to vid?

YouTube? You sure you don't have me confused with someone else?

You more or less supported what I posted about what I've read. There's real Perique and there's false "Perique".

Sorry, I quoted you but was talking to the poster asking about making it. Sorry for the confusion.

No problem. Maybe I should check out youtube. I might learn a thing or three Very Happy
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